Now that the 2016 NBA Finals series is over, Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors surely has a lot of time on his hands. And, over the weekend, he spent his free time to surprise some of the unsuspecting participants of the Warriors' overnight basketball camp.
Earlier this week, Curry traveled to Hawaii to visit the kids who attended his team's basketball camp. But, instead of making a grand entrance, Curry chose to go incognito by visiting the participants in their rooms.
In the video of the surprise stunt, the unanimous NBA MVP first posed as a girl scout selling cookies. This certainly doesn't seem like a very effective disguise because who would open the door for a grown man saying he's a girl scout?
But anyway, the gimmick worked and a kid opened the door only to be surprised by the Warriors superstar standing right in front of him. Upon seeing his idol, the kid immediately dropped to the floor.
Curry then went on to surprise his next group of young fans. This time, though, he told them that he was a pizza delivery guy. Like before, the bit worked and the girls staying in the room were immediately dumbfounded after seeing Curry standing in their doorway.
For these young fans, it was certainly a delightful surprise. Even though they were staying at a camp hosted by the Warriors, they certainly didn't expected that they would get a face-to-face interaction with the Golden State franchise's star player.
The video also goes to show just how much of a nice guy Curry is on and off the court. But aside from treating his fans well, he is also a very humble player even when he's with his colleagues.
In fact, according to reports, he also played a huge part in getting the team to acquire Kevin Durant. NBA fans are well aware that Curry is the poster boy of the Warriors. But, this can all change now that they have Durant.
For Curry, though, he doesn't care if the attention of the fans shifts from him to KD. According to The Undefeated, Curry directly told the former OKC Thunder forward that it doesn't matter to him if he replaces him as the "face of the franchise."